Built in 1986, the Peabody (famous for its marching ducks) was the second-tallest building in Orlando. There are claims that a number of people have committed suicide in the building over the years, and that their spirits can sometimes be seen roaming the hallways.
The Peabody building still stands, but was sold and rebranded to Hyatt in October of 2013. (The ducks aren’t staying.)
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Orlando, FL 32819
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- 28.42732148463682, -81.46767239160158
- Orange County, Florida
- Nearest Towns:
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